Employment Opportunities

Employment

The mission of Cornerstone Christian Academy is to educate children in an environment that provides the highest standards for academic achievement and spiritual development. We invite those who are willing to commit to our school’s mission—and to the high calling of serving children with compassion and grace—to apply for employment.

 

Full-Time Positions

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School-Based Teacher Leader

Position Title: School-Based Teacher Leader (Full-time Administration)

Date Posted: June 2021

FLSA Classification: Exempt

Reports To: School Principal

Position Overview and Qualifications:

Cornerstone Christian Academy is seeking a School-Based Teacher Leader to join our staff beginning at the start of the 2021-2022 school year. Candidates must have at least 5 years of teaching and/or school administrative experience. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university—preferably in education—is required at minimum.

All Cornerstone teachers are required to profess faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Candidates should demonstrate Christian character, love for children, collaborative spirit, and the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents, co-workers, and all school constituents. NOTE: All Cornerstone employees are required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination.

Instructional Responsibilities:

The School-Based Teacher Leader is expected to:

  • Coordinate with the Principal to plan, implement, and evaluate curriculum and instructional programs for K-8th grade teachers—including learning objectives, instructional strategies, assessment techniques, student outcomes, progress monitoring, and the implementation of access to grade level content.
  • Plan and facilitate Professional Learning Communities and grade group meetings to increase student achievement guided by data analysis.
  • Support and demonstrate effective teaching methods and practices, procedures for analyzing student data to guide instructional planning, implementation of lessons, feedback of lessons, and school improvement.
  • Provide academic and instructional support through coaching and feedback aligned to the TNTP Core Rubric.
  • Provide in-class support through modeling and demonstrating best practices aligned to TNTP’s Core Rubric to a minimum of six teachers per coaching cycle.
  • Research instructional strategies and resources for school improvement. Participate in ongoing professional development centered on teacher growth, student outcomes, and effective classroom management strategies.
  • Involve instructional staff in evaluating and selecting instructional materials to meet student learning needs.
  • Assist the Principal with recruitment and selection of new and replacement faculty; assist in monitoring and mentoring new teachers and academic staff.
  • Oversee the development, implementation and updating of consistent methods for documentation of assessment of student academic progress, i.e. MAP, PSSA, DIBELS, TEST and other relevant academic assessments.

Non-Instructional Responsibilities:

All Cornerstone Christian Academy staff are expected to:

  • Know and adhere to the policies and procedures in the Cornerstone Christian Academy Employee Handbook and Faculty and Staff Handbook.
  • Maintain respect for—and appropriate relationships with—every student.
  • Establish and maintain regular contact and communication with parents.
  • Maintain daily oversight of student discipline, preparing written reports as required.
  • Maintain accurate attendance and grade records.
  • Maintain oversight of student health and safety, including before and after school yard duty.
  • Maintain a clean, attractive, and well-ordered classroom.
  • Model the school-wide principles to (1) Respect and celebrate yourself, (2) Respect and celebrate others, (3) Come prepared and willing to serve/learn, and (4) Keep our environment safe and clean.
  • Model a consistent faith and daily walk with Jesus Christ in attitude, speech, character, and quality of work.
  • Attend all-school programs (e.g. Back to School Night)

Professional Responsibilities:

All Cornerstone Christian Academy staff are expected to:

  • Hold—or obtain within two (2) years of employment—certification with the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI).
  • Identify and/or participate in opportunities for professional growth.
  • Attend teacher in-service days and bi-weekly faculty meetings.

Interested candidates are to send a letter of interest and current resume to: [email protected]

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Middle School English Language Arts Teacher

Position Title: Middle School English Language Arts Teacher (Full-time Classroom Teacher)

Date Posted: June 2021

FLSA Classification: Exempt

Reports To: School Principal

Position Overview and Qualifications:

Cornerstone Christian Academy is seeking a Middle School English Language Arts teacher to join our staff beginning at the start of the 2021-2022 school year. The ideal candidate will possess knowledge and pedagogical methods that will enhance the english language arts instructional program for 5th through 8th grades. Candidates must have prior experience working with children. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university—preferably in education—is required at minimum.

All Cornerstone teachers are required to profess faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Candidates should demonstrate Christian character, love for children, collaborative spirit, and the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents, co-workers, and all school constituents. NOTE: All Cornerstone employees are required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination.

Instructional Responsibilities:

The English Language Arts Teacher is expected to:

  • Create a classroom environment that develops students’ skills of listening, speaking, reading, writing and skills that are fundamental to literate citizenship.
  • Support the development and appreciation of literature of all types.
  • Motivate students to read for information and recreation.
  • Teach grammar and mechanics.
  • Teach the skills of writing text-dependent analysis and essays.
  • Develop literacy skills through the reading/teaching of grade level novels.
  • Prepare weekly lesson plans following a prescribed curriculum.
  • Adhere to the curricular scope and sequence, integrating Biblical principles and Cornerstone’s philosophy of education throughout the curriculum.
  • Gather student data through observation, dialogue, testing tools, etc. and design strategies to meet student needs.
  • Integrate technology as a tool to engage students in academic content. (Google Classroom, Google Suite, etc.)
  • Assign and incorporate a variety of instructional and assessment strategies to enhance learning.
  • Use Cornerstone’s Curriculum Map, Common Core, and Cornerstone’s Expected Student Outcomes to implement a rigorous curriculum relevant for all students.
  • Employ a variety of instructional methods, aids and materials that will provide for creative teaching to reach the whole child: spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, socially, culturally, and morally.
  • Plan a balanced use of field trips and guest speakers.
  • Regularly assess the learning progress of students via formal and informal assessments.
  • Review and return student assignments in a prompt manner.
  • Be available to meet with students before or after school for additional instruction and help.
  • Implement Responsive Classroom tenets and strategies.

Non-Instructional Responsibilities:

All Cornerstone Christian Academy teachers are expected to:

  • Know and adhere to the policies and procedures in the Cornerstone Christian Academy Employee Handbook and Faculty and Staff Handbook.
  • Maintain respect for—and appropriate relationships with—every student.
  • Establish and maintain regular contact and communication with parents.
  • Maintain daily oversight of student discipline, preparing written reports as required.
  • Maintain accurate attendance and grade records.
  • Maintain oversight of student health and safety, including before and after school yard duty.
  • Maintain a clean, attractive, and well-ordered classroom.
  • Model the school-wide principles to (1) Respect and celebrate yourself, (2) Respect and celebrate others, (3) Come prepared and willing to serve/learn, and (4) Keep our environment safe and clean.
  • Model a consistent faith and daily walk with Jesus Christ in attitude, speech, character, and quality of work.
  • Attend all-school programs (Back to School Night, Christmas Program etc.)

Professional Responsibilities:

All Cornerstone Christian Academy teachers are expected to:

  • Hold—or obtain within two (2) years of employment—certification with the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI).
  • Identify and/or participate in opportunities for professional growth.
  • Attend teacher in-service days and bi-weekly faculty meetings.

Interested candidates are to send a letter of interest and current resume to: [email protected]

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Associate Director of Development

Position Title: Associate Director of Development

Date Posted: August 2021

FLSA Classification: Exempt

Reports To: Director of Development

Position Overview and Qualifications:

The Associate Director of Development is a key member of Cornerstone’s Advancement Team and fundraising operation reporting to the Director of Development. Overall, the Associate Director will be in charge of designing and executing a series of strategically planned activities with the goal of building and nurturing a broad base of donor support from individuals, corporations and foundations. They will manage a portfolio of 75+ prospects at various stages of engagement with Cornerstone, soliciting them for support through Annual Giving, including tax credits. This position will also manage a part-time Grants Manager, to be hired in the 2021-2022 school year. NOTE: All Cornerstone employees are required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination.

Specific duties include:

Annual Giving (Annual Fund)

  • Manage the calendar and implementation of Cornerstone’s Annual Giving program including direct appeals.
  • Collaborate with the Advancement Associate on segments and data for appeals.
  • Personally solicit annual gifts from 75+ prospects.
  • Track and plan interactions with donors and prospects, achieving 5-6 personal visits per month.
  • Research and cultivate new corporate and foundation prospects, working with the Advancement staff to secure funding for designated school programs or capital improvement projects.
  • Work closely with the Director of Development to identify individual donors who have higher capacity, and develop strategies to move them to higher levels of philanthropy.

Annual Giving (EITC OSTC)

  • Cultivate relationships and maintain communication with current donors supporting Cornerstone through Pennsylvania’s tax credit programs (Educational Improvement Tax Credit - EITC, Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit - OSTC).
  • Identify and cultivate relationships with new individual and corporate tax credit partners to help Cornerstone reach its maximum level of support ($1MM).
  • Develop and lead EITC and OSTC stewardship efforts.
  • Manage reports to the State for EITC and OSTC renewal listings.

Grant & Foundation Program Oversight

  • Manage a part-time Grants Manager.
  • Oversee all aspects of corporate and foundation contributions including correspondence, letters of inquiry, grant proposals, accounting, acknowledgment, and reporting to appropriate boards and agencies.

Additional Responsibilities

  • Provide leadership, foster initiative, and provide clear feedback as a member of the Advancement team, helping to establish the direction for the school's philanthropic efforts.
  • Support planning and logistics of Advancement events.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • 3 years of experience in Advancement, with success in securing major gifts from individuals, corporations, and foundations.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills as well as excellent presentation skills.
  • Possess critical thinking skills, independent judgment, and is a self-starter.
  • Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, time management, and evident ability to handle multiple projects.
  • Able to prioritize and execute tasks with minimal direction.
  • Demonstrated success and passion with all aspects of philanthropy with a broad knowledge of fundraising principles and successful Advancement programs.
  • Record of success closing leadership-level gifts and gifts through a variety of giving vehicles (e.g., Annual Giving, EITC/OSTC, Planned Giving, Endowment, Events).
  • Openness to and develops ideas to innovate and elevate Cornerstone’s Advancement program.
  • Success building authentic donor relationships with high quality customer service skills.
  • Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, time management, and evident ability to handle multiple projects.
  • Experienced in working with a diverse population and demonstrates a high degree of cultural competency.
  • A passion for education and creating educational opportunities for children in underserved communities.
  • An appreciation and passion for the mission of Cornerstone Christian Academy with a deep-rooted commitment to Christian values, a love for children, and a cooperative spirit.
  • Experience with Customer Relationship Management (CRM) databases – eTapestry preferred.
  • Excellent skills in Microsoft Office and Google Suite.

Interested candidates are to send a letter of interest and current resume to: [email protected]

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Middle School Social Studies Teacher

Position Title: Middle School Social Studies Teacher (Full-time Classroom Teacher)

Date Posted: June 2021

FLSA Classification: Exempt

Reports To: School Principal

Position Overview and Qualifications:

Cornerstone Christian Academy is seeking a Middle School Social Studies Teacher to join our staff beginning at the start of the 2021-2022 school year. The ideal candidate will possess knowledge and pedagogical methods that will enhance the social studies instructional program for 5th through 8th grades. Candidates must have prior experience working with children. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university—preferably in education—is required at minimum.

All Cornerstone teachers are required to profess faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Candidates should demonstrate Christian character, love for children, collaborative spirit, and the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents, co-workers, and all school constituents. NOTE: All Cornerstone employees are required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination.

Instructional Responsibilities:

The Social Studies Teacher is expected to:

  • Teach elements of history, geography, politics, economics, religion and culture to students.
  • Keep abreast of current events and initiate spirited and respectful conversations amongst students.
  • Use Cornerstone’s Curriculum Map, Common Core, and Cornerstone’s Expected Student Outcomes to implement a rigorous curriculum relevant for all students.
  • Prepare weekly lesson plans following a prescribed curriculum.
  • Adhere to the curricular scope and sequence, integrating Biblical principles and Cornerstone’s philosophy of education throughout the curriculum.
  • Gather student data through observation, dialogue, testing tools, etc. and design strategies to meet student needs.
  • Integrate technology as a tool to engage students in academic content. (Google Classroom, Google Suite, etc.)
  • Assign and incorporate a variety of instructional and assessment strategies to enhance learning.
  • Employ a variety of instructional methods, aids and materials that will provide for creative teaching to reach the whole child: spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, socially, culturally, and morally.
  • Plan a balanced use of field trips and guest speakers.
  • Assign appropriate projects used for project-based learning, review, and/or enrichment.
  • Regularly assess the learning progress of students via formal and informal assessments.
  • Review and return student assignments in a prompt manner.
  • Be available to meet with students before or after school for additional instruction and help.
  • Implement Responsive Classroom tenets and strategies.
  • Utilize assessment data to plan appropriate measurable student learning goals and to assess student learning outcomes.

Non-Instructional Responsibilities:

All Cornerstone Christian Academy teachers are expected to:

  • Know and adhere to the policies and procedures in the Cornerstone Christian Academy Employee Handbook and Faculty and Staff Handbook.
  • Maintain respect for—and appropriate relationships with—every student.
  • Establish and maintain regular contact and communication with parents.
  • Maintain daily oversight of student discipline, preparing written reports as required.
  • Maintain accurate attendance and grade records.
  • Maintain oversight of student health and safety, including before and after school yard duty.
  • Maintain a clean, attractive, and well-ordered classroom.
  • Model the school-wide principles to (1) Respect and celebrate yourself, (2) Respect and celebrate others, (3) Come prepared and willing to serve/learn, and (4) Keep our environment safe and clean.
  • Model a consistent faith and daily walk with Jesus Christ in attitude, speech, character, and quality of work.
  • Attend all-school programs (Back to School Night, Christmas Program etc.)

Professional Responsibilities:

All Cornerstone Christian Academy teachers are expected to:

  • Hold—or obtain within two (2) years of employment—certification with the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI).
  • Identify and/or participate in opportunities for professional growth.
  • Attend teacher in-service days and bi-weekly faculty meetings.

Interested candidates are to send a letter of interest and current resume to: [email protected]

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Director of Admissions

Position Title: Director of Admissions

Date Posted: March 2022

FLSA Classification: Exempt

Reports To: CEO/President

Position Overview and Qualifications:

The Director of Admissions is a highly visible, highly collaborative, individual overseeing all aspects of admissions, recruitment and financial aid, directing the admissions process from inquiry through enrollment. Cornerstone seeks an individual who is customer-service oriented and data-driven. This role leads student and parent engagement efforts to strengthen retention among Cornerstone’s current students and families (currently, Cornerstone’s retention rate is above 90%). The Director leads a collaborative effort to develop and implement both short-term and long-term recruitment strategies to ensure Cornerstone meets enrollment objectives. The Director will also partner with the Advancement Team on the launch of Cornerstone’s alumni engagement initiatives, reconnecting 30+ years of Cornerstone alumni to the school and current community. The Director manages the Enrollment Assistant and Tuition Assistant and will work collaboratively with the CEO/President, Principal, Advancement Team, and faculty to achieve goals.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Provides leadership in enrollment management, which includes admission, marketing, and recruitment and directs the process of attracting, enrolling and retaining students at Cornerstone Christian Academy.
  • Formulates annual Admission and Enrollment Action Plans with clear goals, objectives, and tactics. Sets annual enrollment and admission targets, in accordance with the school’s mission and Improvement/Strategic Plan.
  • Attends Board of Trustee meetings when appropriate, is involved in strategic planning and keeping the Board fully apprised of the School’s admission and retention endeavors.
  • Provides extensive admission data (including recruitment, attrition, retention, geographic, tuition and enrollment trends) to the Administrative Team.
  • Understands and informs the senior leadership, Admissions staff and community about research and demographics and admission and enrollment trends, ensuring that changes and challenges are anticipated, understood, and addressed.
  • Attends weekly Advancement Team Meetings, twice monthly faculty meetings, and monthly President’s Council meetings; leads monthly Admissions Team Meetings.
  • Actively participates in strategic planning with the Administrative Team and Board of Trustees.
  • Manages the Admission staff, including the Enrollment Assistant and Tuition Assistant. Identifies and implements procedures necessary to a well functioning admission office including participating in any hiring, supervising, and evaluating of admission staff.
  • Provides training and professional development opportunities for staff.
  • Directs Cornerstone’s outreach recruitment plan. Becomes familiar with the academic program and curriculum in order to communicate with prospective families.
  • Is an integral leader for the school community and participates fully in daily community life of the school.
  • Extends themself beyond the responsibilities of a job description when the need arises. Assists CEO/President and Senior Leadership Team with all other duties as assigned.

Student Recruiting and Re-Enrollment

  • Lead all aspects of student recruitment and marketing to prospective families, including the Blackbaud Enrollment Management System.
  • Facilitate Open Houses and school tours, including one-on-one meetings with parents to provide information, answer questions, and secure the admission of qualified students.
  • Schedule and attend dates for new student Placement Testing, ​with staff, parents/guardians.
  • Directs the entire application review process. Collaborate with Principal and school leadership on who will be accepted to Cornerstone and communicate with prospective families.
  • Organizes and administers the School’s Tuition Agreements and Scholarship Applications.
  • Manages new student enrollment and assists with the reenrollment of current students in close connection with the Principal and Academic Leadership Team.
  • Assists new families to acclimate to Cornerstone, particularly through Orientation, Summer programs, and additional opportunities.

Marketing & Communications

  • In conjunction with the Director of Communications and Director of Development, leads the marketing and branding efforts of the School. Oversees the production, placement, and distribution of all Admission literature, publications, and marketing materials.
  • Develops and implements strategic marketing ideas, including a digital marketing plan.
  • Maintains and encourages relationships with preschools, community-based organizations and counselors, to keep lines of communication open with their faculty and administrators and to familiarize them with Cornerstone’s academic program.
  • Represents the Admission Office and School at public events, on and off campus, which includes coordinating on- and off-campus events, including campus tours, Parent Open Houses, and Neighborhood Coffees designed for prospective parents.

Student Retention & Student Leadership - Student Ambassadors

  • Develop strategies to maintain Cornerstone’s high level of retention (90%+).
  • Leads Cornerstone’s Student Ambassador program in collaboration with the faculty and Advancement Team from selection through training and attendance at key Cornerstone events.
  • Assist in organization and producing student related programs and events including: Family Game Night, Spirit Week, Teammates, and Mentor Programs.

Parent Engagement

  • Oversee the production and distribution of the monthly Parent Newsletter.
  • Assist in maintaining on campus and online brand integrity within the parent community.
  • Relaunch and lead Cornerstone’s Parent Ambassador program to help facilitate parent engagement and participation as key members of the Cornerstone community.
  • Maintain communication with families throughout the school year, particularly new families to ensure their assimilation into the Cornerstone culture.
  • Collects information on how the School is viewed in the community, through ongoing surveys to prospective parents, conversations with parents, consultants and feeder schools, and, as necessary, work with consultants.

Alumni Engagement

  • Partner in the launch of Cornerstone’s alumni programs, starting with data collection for 30 years of graduates.
  • Engage alumni in student and Admissions programs to create.
  • Work with identified alumni leaders to develop alumni engagement strategies focusing on connecting them to each other and to Cornerstone.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • COVID-19 vaccination required.
  • 3 years of experience in independent school or college Admissions, with specific experience in leading an Admissions program and volunteers.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills as well as excellent presentation skills.
  • Success building authentic relationships with high quality customer service skills.
  • Possess critical thinking skills, independent judgment, and is a self-starter.
  • Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, time management, and evident ability to handle multiple projects.
  • Ability to think and plan strategically and creatively, as well as work cooperatively with others.
  • Excellent skills in Microsoft Office, Google Suite, and data reporting platforms.
  • A passion for education and creating educational opportunities for children in underserved communities.
  • An appreciation and passion for the mission of Cornerstone Christian Academy with a deep- rooted commitment to Christian values, a love for children, and a cooperative spirit.

Interested candidates are to send a letter of interest and current resume to: [email protected]

Part-Time Positions

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Substitute Teacher

We welcome your interest in a teaching position at Cornerstone Christian Academy.

Please complete the attached Application for Teaching and return it to Rhonda Roberts, Human Resources Manager at the school office or by email at [email protected].

Upon request, please be prepared to provide your official college transcripts and any certifications you have earned. If not immediately available please know that prior to employment we will need to have these documents.

Note, too, that prior to employment we will need to have the following reports: Pennsylvania State Criminal History Record, Federal Criminal History Record, and Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance.

Upon receipt and review of your Application for Teaching you will be contacted to schedule a visit to the school and an interview with our School Principal.

If you are offered a teaching position at Cornerstone Christian Academy a Letter of Agreement will be given to you that details the terms of employment, including salary and benefits. NOTE: All Cornerstone employees are required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination.

We look forward to receiving your completed Application for Teaching.

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Grant Coordinator

Position Title: Grant Coordinator

Date Posted: August 2021

FLSA Classification: Exempt

Reports To: Director of Development / Associate Director of Advancement

Position Overview and Qualifications:

The Grant Coordinator is a key member of Cornerstone’s Advancement Team and fundraising operation, reporting to the Associate Director of Development. Overall, the Grant Coordinator will support Development functions to meet annual financial goals with a key focus on grants management, including the research, writing, and managing of grants.

Specific duties include:

Grants Management and Administration

  • Manage grant calendar and ensure all deadlines are met.
  • Research and review grant opportunities for organizational fit, eligibility, and timing.
  • Propose and set up introductory meetings for the Director of Development and Cornerstone staff with foundation staff as appropriate.
  • Coordinate completion of all grant application and report components with Principals, Director of Finance, and Advancement staff.
  • Submit all grant applications and reports as outlined by funders, i.e. online portals, email, mail.
  • Produce detailed draft of grant proposals and reports, including writing, editing, repurposing of text, for Director of Development, Principal, Communication Director, and CEO for review.
  • Work with faculty and staff, especially the Principal and School-Based Teacher Leader, to track metrics for grant reports and keep up-to-date on program activities to write grant proposals and reports.
  • Maintain and update all grant documentation and database files.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • Grant writing experience strongly preferred.
  • Ability to learn and navigate numerous online grant portals used by different types of funders from small family foundations to university portals and the federal government's grants.gov system.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills as well as excellent presentation skills.
  • Possess critical thinking skills, independent judgment, and is a self-starter.
  • Able to prioritize and execute tasks with minimal direction.
  • Fundraising and development experience preferred
  • Computer skills including Microsoft Office and donor management database experience.
  • Openness to and develops ideas to innovate and elevate Cornerstone’s Advancement program.
  • Success building authentic donor relationships with high quality customer service skills.
  • Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, time management, and evident ability to handle multiple projects.
  • Experienced in working with a diverse population and demonstrates a high degree of cultural competency.
  • A passion for education and creating educational opportunities for children in underserved communities.
  • An appreciation and passion for the mission of Cornerstone Christian Academy with a deep-rooted commitment to Christian values, a love for children, and a cooperative spirit.
  • Experience with Customer Relationship Management (CRM) databases – eTapestry preferred.
  • Excellent skills in Microsoft Office and Google Suite.

Interested candidates are to send a letter of interest and current resume to: [email protected]

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Lunch and/or Recess Aide

Recess and Lunch Aides are part-time hourly employees at Cornerstone Christian Academy under the supervision of the Office Manager.
Please complete the attached Application and return it to Rhonda Roberts, Human Resources Manager, at the school office or by email at [email protected]

Recess Aides

Recess Aides work from 10:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. daily when school is in session, except when there is cancellation of recess due to inclement weather or special programs.

Specific daily responsibilities include:

  • Closely monitoring student activity and behavior, helping to provide for a safe, enjoyable, and healthy environment.
  • Getting out equipment prior to the start of recess and putting everything back at the end.
  • Closely monitoring the school yard, watching for strangers and potential dangers.
  • Relating with students in a friendly, helpful, and courteous manner.
  • Giving immediate attention to students who are injured and completing an incident report.
  • Intervening with and stopping students who are arguing or fighting, completing an incident report, and reporting incidents to the Principal and/or appropriate classroom teacher.

Lunch Aides

Lunch Aides work from 10:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. daily when school is in session, except on those days when students eat lunch in classrooms or there is a special program. (On those occasions aides will be notified in advance.)

Specific daily responsibilities include:

  • Arriving prior to the start of the first lunch period to assist with room preparation, including the cleaning and sanitizing of lunch tables.
  • Monitoring student behavior during lunch periods, helping to provide for a safe, positive, and healthy environment.
  • Relating with students and assisting them in a friendly, helpful, and courteous manner.
  • Wiping off tables after each lunch period in preparation for the next group.
  • Keeping the lunchroom clean, neat, and safe.
  • Remaining after the final lunch period to thoroughly clean and sanitize tables and chairs.
  • Assisting with other responsibilities assigned by the Office Manager.